Wrap-Up of 3D Printing Webinars and Events: A Look Back at December 10th, 2023


This week, we’re covering events happening in locations such as Berlin, Nashville, Texas, and more. We’ll also be discussing various webinars, addressing topics like dental 3D printing business, Nexa 3D’s XiP, and others. Let’s find out more about these!

Unwrapping 3D Printing News

The Executive Editor Joris Peels, who also shoulders the responsibility of Consulting Vice President at Additive Manufacturing Research (AMR), regularly hosts a news livestream labeled 3D Printing News Unpeeled. The livestream commences at 9:30 am EST and is broadcasted one to two times per week. Each episode involves Peels embracing LinkedIn Live and sharing what he believes to be the most crucial 3D printing industry news of the week in less than 20 minutes, elaborating on their significance. Some of the stories he shares could be those that have been featured on 3DPrint.com, while others might not. However, all are of equal interest and impact!

December 11 – 12: AM Medical Days Event

On December 11-12, Berlin will host the third iteration of AM Medical Days. This leading conference in the AM medical sector boasts over 50 speakers, 21 sessions, and 25 exhibitors. It’s supported by Medical goes Additive, Ottobock, 3D Systems Company, University Hospital Basel, and the Cluster HealthCapital Berlin-Brandenburg. The event spotlights technology surrounding 3D printing, such as implants, bioprinting, OP preparation and execution, medical education, orthotics and prosthetics, and other contextual topics.

All those involved in the medical field including doctors, hospital reps, medical tech manufacturers, licensers, insurance providers, and educators are encouraged to connect with AM solution providers like software providers, material suppliers, printer manufacturers and service providers to answer one question: How do we make additive technologies more common place?

To attend this conference, please register.

December 11 – 14: Defense Manufacturing Conference (DMC)

From December 11-14, the Defense Manufacturing Conference (DMC) will take place at Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The U.S. Navy, representing the Joint Defense Manufacturing Technology Panel (JDMTP), and ARCTOS will host the event. This annual forum aims at promoting and implementing the capabilities of engineers, scientists, managers, policy makers, and technology leaders within the defense manufacturing industrial base. Over 1,000 participants, mostly from the government and industry, will attend the conference, and will include system designers, technology implementers, and representatives of the warfighters. Several AM companies such as 3YOURMIND, America Makes, Exum Instruments, and TriMech will also be present at the event.

Leaders and manufacturing subject matter experts from government, industry, and academia gather to exchange information and perspectives on defense manufacturing policies, strategic direction, best practices, funding opportunities, and the latest manufacturing innovations to benefit our warfighters.

While online registration for DMC is now closed, onsite registration is still possible between 3-5 pm today, and during Conference registration hours for the rest of the week. Don’t forget to bring a copy of your company’s DD2345 form!

6th Global 3D Printing Webinar – December 12 – 13

The Global Scientific Guild is scheduled to host its “6th Global Webinar on 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing” on December 12-13. The central theme for the event focuses on “Insights and Innovations in 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing: Progressing to the Future.” The webinar aims to present broad subjects related to 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing (AM). These include recent technologies, materials, applications, industries, design considerations, aspects of sustainability, legal matters, and practical case studies. The live online event is designed to foster profound discussions on the latest advancements, new strategies for the technology, facilitate information exchange, and promote stronger collaborations among researchers, scholars, directors, and professors from both the industry and academia.

The two-day event comprises Keynote sessions, Oral Presentations, Poster presentations, Student Forums, and Exhibitions. A singular registration ensures access to all sessions.
All registered participants will receive a certificate for participation & presentation along with an abstract book of all accepted Abstracts.

Register for the webinar here.

December 12 & 13: Industrial Production at Point of Need with Markforged

Markforged is off to Texas this week for a discussion on “Industrial Production at the Point of Need.” Firstly, on Tuesday, December 12th, you have the chance to swing by MLC CAD’s 3D printing showroom in Austin from 11 am to 1 pm CT. Then, on Wednesday, December 13th, you can find Markforged at the MLC CAD 3D printing showroom in Dallas from 11 am to 1 pm CT. Have your lunch and watch experts showcasing demonstrations and answering queries. If you find your parts costly to outsource, require constant customization, bear long manufacturing lead times, and expect low annual volumes, then 3D printing could be your solution!

“We’ll delve into what Additive Manufacturing can contribute to your business through client case studies. We’ll also inspect the different material and fiber reinforcement alternatives to better appreciate the benefits of Additive Manufacturing.”

More details on these open house events can be found here.

December 12: 3D Printed Home Dedication in Newport

On the 12th at 11:30 am EST, Black Buffalo 3D and Newport News Shipbuilding will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for adjacent 3D printed homes in Newport News, Virginia. The dedication will stream live on the Habitat for Humanity Peninsula & Greater Williamsburg Facebook page, but you can also register to attend in-person here. If you can be onsite, it is a unique chance to connect with the teams that constructed the homes and explore the benefits of additive construction.

“A 3D printed home is built as a tribute to the longtime shipbuilder and Habitat supporter, Mr. Matthew McQuade, by Newport News Shipyard employees and Mrs. Cathy McQuade.”

UnionTech’s Martrix Product Launch on December 13

The company UnionTech, specializing in SLA 3D printing, will hold a product launch event for its Martrix solution on the 13th at 1 pm EST. Participants will learn about how Martrix ONE can simplify processes, streamline workflow, and discover the latest features integrated into Martrix520. There are chances to win a free Martrix190 in a prize drawing, with further surprises to look forward to.

Martrix series are dedicated to design professional, desktop-sized 3D printers for our users. Integrating seamlessly ultra-high precision and rapid printing speed through the adoption of mSLA surface exposure technology, Martrix redefine the limits of what’s achievable from exquisite masterpieces in art studios to precision components in industries, merge innovation with unparalleled precision.

You can livestream the launch event here.

December 14: 3D Systems Innovations for AM Application Needs

At 11 am on Thursday, December 14th, 3D Systems will hold a webinar on “Explore 3D Systems Innovations for Additive Manufacturing Application Needs,” in which expert speakers will explore the latest AM innovations, with a particular focus on the company’s technologies that help expand production capabilities and applications. Martin Johnson, VP – Product and Technical Fellow, and Richard Broad, Application Development Manager, will provide a detailed analysis of real-world applications and case studies, to help deepen understanding of 3D Systems’ technologies, and show how they can enhance performance, revolutionize design possibilities, and contribute to the overall efficiency of AM processes. They’ll also address the compatibility of new materials with various AM technologies.

This webinar will review the latest printer technology highlights and next-gen materials introduced by 3D Systems throughout the year ranging from metals to plastics production. These offerings are designed to enable a broader spectrum of industries and as well as contribute to expanding production possibilities. See what is possible when the latest printer technology meets the broadest materials portfolio in the industry.

You can register for the webinar here.

December 14: CAD to Part Quickly with Nexa3D

Nexa3D will explain how you can go from “CAD to Part with XiP & xCURE Desktop,” in less than 30 minutes (including the post-processing) at 12 pm EST on Thursday the 14th. During a demonstration of the XiP and xCURE Desktop, attendees will learn how to import a CAD file into NexaX software and set up and start the print job, remove the part from the build plate and wash it, add it to xCURE Desktop for curing, and remove the part. They’ll also hear about the features of the XiP, and get a materials overview.

Join us for a live 3D printing demo with Mckenzie Hutchinson, Head of Applications Engineering at Nexa3D, to witness a CAD-to-Part transformation that includes a full cure with the xCURE Desktop in just 30 minutes or less. Do you think we can do it? Register to find out live!

You can register for the webinar here.

December 14: SprintRay’s Business of Dental 3D Printing

Finally, SprintRay will present the “Business of Dental 3D Printing” at 7 pm EST on December 14th, to provide attendees with the digital workflow and fundamentals to boost their practice. Internationally renowned dentist Dr. Tarun Agarwal will provide an overview of the scan-to-print digital workflow for in-office dental 3D printing, demonstrate how the workflow helps dentists deliver appliances while reducing lead times and costs, and more.

“Learn how to implement efficient digital dental workflows and deliver quality dental appliances in-office and same-day. Save time for your practice and patients while reducing production costs.”

You can register for the webinar here. Attendees will receive 1 CE credit.

Do you have news to share about any future webinars or virtual and live events? Please let us know!

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